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Yankee Doodle

n.
A Yankee.

[From the title of a song popular during the Revolutionary War.]

Yankee Doodle

n
1. (Music, other) an American song, popularly regarded as a characteristically national melody
2. (Peoples) another name for Yankee
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5m for the Drakea[euro](tm)s brand, which makes Ring Dings, Yodels, Devil Dogs, Yankee Doodles, Sunny Doodles and Drake's Coffee Cake.
Most Saturdays, Love is at Yankee Doodles in Simi Valley, and most Sundays he's at the aforementioned Ventura Harbor Comedy Club.
Currently, he leads dance classes at Yankee Doodles in Woodland Hills every Wednesday night.
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From its bakery in Wayne, New Jersey, Drake's distributes snack cakes to consumers throughout the Northeastern United States under its well-known brand names, Devil Dogs, Ring Dings, Yodels and Yankee Doodles.
And that, for many women watching Monday Night Football - and maybe a guy or two at Yankee Doodles in Woodland Hills - means fewer chances for love.
Since he had a law class at Cal State Northridge that started in about an hour and a half, it only made sense Keith Esparza of Lake Balboa was wedged into a line of humanity that stretched far outside of Yankee Doodles sports bar on Santa Monica's Third Street Promenade about noon Tuesday, wearing a red sticker on his shirt that said: ``Hello, my name is Kiki.
It took a big man to stand out in the sea of hundreds of thundering, chromed choppers, leather and cleavage outside Yankee Doodles in Woodland Hills on Sunday morning.
The Instant Replay, Yankee Doodles and BJ's Restaurant & Brewery in Woodland Hills, Weber's Place in Reseda, Champs in Burbank, Sportsmen's Lodge in Studio City, the Canyon Club in Agoura Hills and sports bars around the Valley each expect a large turnout of Tampa Bay and Raiders fans.
I think it's great,'' said Jay Miller, general manager of Yankee Doodles, a popular sports bar nightclub in Woodland Hills.
Same at Yankee Doodles in Woodland Hills, where 65 fans divided into English and Spanish-speaking sections during the tense penalty-ridden match.